Why Hand in Hand?
At Hand in Hand we believe that effective intervention can only be obtained through multi-disciplinary teamwork, so that different professionals may be involved in working together with your child according to his or her particular needs.
- We specialise in providing the most effective way to support your child's development.
- Do not wait to see if your child will catch up later or outgrow the problem; the early the therapy is started the greater their chance of success.
- If you are unsure about how to best help your child we can provide guidance.
The organisation is made up of a network of professionals who work together in order to provide quality therapeutic services to children and adolescents. In this way we are able to provide a wide range of services according to the needs of the child, ranging from professional assessments, psychological therapy, play therapy services, as well as intervention for children with special needs.
Hand in Hand is dedicated in providing a wide range of programs that can support families that have children with behavioural difficulty. We know that throughout the lifespan of children with behavioural problems, there is a need to understand them, accept them, and offer support. That’s why Hand in Hand has an objective of advancing in research to provide early intervention to children with the related condition.
To accomplish such objective, Hand in Hand has taken a step ahead to provide a one to one ABA therapy session.Equally important, Hand in Hand also has an ABA School that offers intensive ABA therapy which is combined with both Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy.
Hand in Hand boasts of the positive reviews received from our clients because of the outstanding support and guide to families that need Psychological assessment. For instance, we give children access to appropriate intervention, services, and resources immediately after diagnosis. More crucial, Hand in Hand also gives the child’s family the transition plans that can lead the individual child into a more independent and meaningful adult life.
The organisation also gives children with behavioural difficulties effective interventions, services, and supports throughout the child’s lifetime. That is made possible with the help of an incredible state of the art center and a fantastic team consisting of senior behavioural therapists, who use their high degree expertise to support our well- trained behaviour therapists.
It is apparent that Hand in Hand programs also address skill deficits faced by children with behavioral difficulties. Hand in Hand achieves such goals in a rewarding way in all developmental areas, including communication, social skills, motor skills, emotional and cognitive skills.
Presently, Hand in Hand intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders is based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
Simply put, Behavioural Analysis is the systematic and scientific study of behaviour.
At Hand in Hand our aim is to help your child and family to achieve your goals in your life.
Our testimonial talks for us. We want more families to have the happiness that they deserve.
Hand in Hand is a strong team with a passion towards excellence in providing a unique service to your child.
All our team members have the necessary experience and training to help your child to reach goals and targets in his/her life.
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